• 33rd Annual Spring Conference & Showcase
    Register today for IPPNY's 33rd Annual Spring Conference - May 7 and 8 in Albany! We're talking the Green New Deal, and State representatives will be on hand to discuss lessons learned under Article 10!
  • Who We Are
    IPPNY is a trade association representing companies in the competitive power supply industry in New York State.
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IPPNY's mission is to assist our member companies in becoming the premier providers of electricity in New York State.


IPPNY President and CEO Gavin Donohue made the following statement in response to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement that the City is pursuing access to large-scale Canadian hydropower:
Addressing climate change and transitioning New York to a new energy future are important issues, and we appreciate the fostering of conversations on how the Climate and Community Protection Act (CCPA) can address those topics. Senator Kaminsky, holding hearings, welcoming comments on such a complex topic, and recognizing this is an energy matter just as much as an environmental matter are reasoned and appropriate steps towards a practical solution.
IPPNY supports S.2352-A (Parker) / A.2720-A (Cusick). This legislation would require the State Energy Planning Board to determine the technical and economic feasibility and electric system reliability impact of meeting a 100 percent renewable energy goal by 2030 or by 2050, along with a 100 percent greenhouse gas emission (GHG) reduction goal from 1990 levels by 2050, including an incremental target of at least a 50 percent reduction from 1990 levels by 2030. The bills would evaluate whether and how these goals could be implemented in a way that preserves electric system reliability and protects consumers. This legislation would require the State Energy Planning Board to conduct the study by September 1, 2020, and there would also be a public hearing and comment process on the study, as required under the existing Energy Planning Law.


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33rd Annual Spring Conference & Showcase
May 7 & May 8, 2019
Albany Capital Center - Albany, NY 

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